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Quebec: The Latest Architecture and News

Camp-de-Touage Service Center / Blouin Tardif Architectes + Éric Painchaud architecte

© Stéphane Groleau, photography
© Stéphane Groleau, photography

© Stéphane Groleau, photography© Stéphane Groleau, photography© Stéphane Groleau, photography© Stéphane Groleau, photography+ 21

Saint-Henri-de-Taillon, Quebec, Canada

m.o.r.e. Cabin / Kariouk Architects

© Scott Norsworthy© Scott Norsworthy© Scott Norsworthy© Scott Norsworthy+ 33

Wakefield, Quebec, Canada

Saint-Roch YMCA Community Center / STGM Architectes + CCM2 Architectes

© Stéphane Groleau© Stéphane Groleau© Stéphane Groleau© Stéphane Groleau+ 31

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  23940 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Belden, Prelco, Soprema, Revêtement de la Capitale, Stekar, +2

Toronto’s Leaside Innovation Centre Will be the First Mass Timber Flatiron Building in Canada

Canada suffers no shortage of flatiron buildings, with historic examples dotting the provinces from Toronto to Vancouver to Lacombe, Alberta, and beyond. Canada also enjoys its status as a hotbed of mass timber construction with Quebec serving as an epicenter of sorts for the movement. However, these two things—flatiron building design and the use of engineered wood products—have never yet been combined.

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Quinto / Quinzhee Architecture

© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px+ 16

Québec, Canada
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  504
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  James Hardie, Forterra Brick, Vicwest
  • Professionals : LGP Constructions

Jenny Housing / Quinzhee Architecture

© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px+ 16

Québec, Canada
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  1280
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Forterra Brick, Vicwest

Quebec City's Annual Public Art Circuit Reimagines the City's Urban Fabric

EXMURO arts publics and the Ville de Québec have inaugurated the the 8th annual PASSAGES INSOLITES art event, the annual Quebec City art walk that showcases over 20 unusual urban interventions by local and international artists. The event will run from June 26 to October 11, 2021, and will focus on reimagining the urban fabric and transforming how we see the city and its historic landmarks.

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Grand Théâtre de Québec Restoration / Lemay + Atelier 21

© Stephane Groleau© Stephane Groleau© Stephane Groleau© Stephane Groleau+ 24

MTR Residence / Alain Carle Architecte

© Felix Michaud© Felix Michaud© Felix Michaud© Felix Michaud+ 20

Le Lupin House / Atelier Pierre Thibault

© Laurence Gaudette© Laurence Gaudette© Maxime Brouillet© Maxime Brouillet+ 14

Rivière-du-Loup, Canada

MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the City of Laval in Québec Re-Imagine the Park of the Future

The city of Laval, Québec’s 3rd largest city, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Senseable City Lab (SCL) have released six preliminary concepts exploring the “park of the future”. Investigating new experiences, the publication entitled “Senseable City Guide to Laval” is part of an on-going work “to develop a human-centered, innovative and resilient downtown area” located in the Carré Laval, a former quarry to be transformed into a mixed-use innovation district.

Courtesy of MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the city of LavalCourtesy of MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the city of LavalCourtesy of MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the city of LavalCourtesy of MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the city of Laval+ 11

Campus Simons / GKC Architectes

© Stéphan Poulin© Stéphane Groleau© Stéphan Poulin© Stéphan Poulin+ 23

Modern Montréal: Canada's City of Design

Few cities combine architecture and culture like Montréal. Canada’s second largest metropolis, the City of Saints has become a leading center for design, technology, and international events. With close ties to its natural context, the island city was named after the triple-peaked hill located at its heart, Mount Royal. Today, contemporary designs continue to emerge, new structures that are transforming the cityscape and its urban fabric.

© David Boyer© Steve MonpetitCourtesy of Ædifica© Stephane Brugger+ 11

Baie Yelle House / L'Abri

© Raphaël Thibodeau© Raphaël Thibodeau© Raphaël Thibodeau© Raphaël Thibodeau+ 25

Les Éditions Passe-Temps Offices / Quinzhee Architecture

© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px© Dave Tremblay / 1Px+ 29

Entre les lignes Landmark / Luca Fortin

© Maxime Brouillet
© Maxime Brouillet

© Maxime Brouillet© Félix MichaudEntre les lignes Landmark / Luca Fortin© Maxime Brouillet+ 23

  • Architects: Luca Fortin
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019

Strøm Spa Vieux-Québec / LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design

© Adrien Williams© Adrien Williams© Adrien Williams© Adrien Williams+ 16

Québec, Canada